When a client sets out to renovate or build an acoustic space, they usually have a notion of what they would like to hear or see as a result. But how can they be sure that their ideas will actually work as expected? This is where acoustic modeling comes in. Through the use of computer software, an acoustic space, whether built or still on the drawing board, can be modeled. With this model, predictions can be run and accurate data about the acoustic characteristics of the space can be found. Computer modeling has advanced so far as to even be capable of letting a client listen to the space characteristics through actual sound processed by the software to sound approximately as the real space would. Ann Arbor Acoustics has the capability to apply this advanced software to any project, large or small.